The 1st Annual
Gregg Zaun Pro Camp
in Edmonton, Alberta
DATE: July 9th-11th
TIME: 10am-2pm
PLACE: St. Albert Legion Memorial Park
215 Sturgeon Road, St. Albert
Edmonton, Alberta
ELIGIBILITY: Baseball Players Aged 10 & UP
Get 3 days of Major League Instruction from Canadian Baseball Legends
Gregg Zaun
 and Edmonton's own
    In this Pro Camp, you are going to learn exactly what works and what doesn't work when it comes to ACCELERATED baseball player development.
Here's what will be covered...
  • How to practice Fundamental Hitting Technique (Working Backwards From Perfection)
  • How to develop Elite Throwing Mechanics (Launch Position, Back Foot, Front Arm, Release, Finger Tip Control)
  • The Intro To Pitching Mechanics and How To Throw More Strikes
  • How to Excel in Baserunning (Be A Pro On The Bases)
  • How to Play Catch with INTENT
  • The Final Say on CUT-OFFS, RELAYS, & RUNDOWNS
  • And much, much more!
Presented By:
(We've worked with hundreds of athletes and have spent countless hours playing, watching, and analyzing the game of baseball... we know what works)
Meet Your Major League Instructors
Gregg Zaun
Before being drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 1989 MLB Draft, Zaun represented his country as the starting catcher for the USA Junior National team. After parts of 5 seasons in the minor leagues, Gregg reached the majors in 1995. 

 While serving as the backup to Gold Glover Charles Johnson, Zaun won a World Series in 1997. Gregg continued to live his major-league dreams, but it wasn’t until 2004 when the Blue Jays made him their starting catcher that Zaun finally felt at home. 

Zaun enjoyed the most productive years of his career while playing for the Jays. His leadership on and off the field helped shape the careers of some of today’s Major League regulars. Gregg was a definitely a “Journeyman” and a “Grinder” throughout his 16 Major League seasons and is passionnate about spreading his exclusive professional knowledge to young Canadian baseball players.
Mike Johnson
Mike enjoyed a 17 year professional baseball career that began with being drafted out of Sherwood Park by the Toronto Blue Jays in 1993. He made his Major League debut in 1997, and played parts of five years in the MLB with the Baltimore Orioles and Montreal Expos. He was also part of the Texas Rangers, LA Dodgers, and San Francisco Giants from 2001-2003.

Mike’s career also involved a substantial amount of time over in Asia, playing in professional leagues in Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. 2003 was the first time he played with the Canadian Sr. National Team. He has played in many World Qualifiers and Championships. He was also part of both Sr. National Teams that competed in the 2004 and 2008 Olympics in Athens and Beijing. He also pitched for Canada in the World Baseball Classic in Toronto.

 In 2012, Mike was inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame with his teammates, as they won the 2011 Pan American Games Gold Medal in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Since his playing days have ended, Mike has stayed involved in the game by coaching at many various levels. Those levels include Bantam AAA, Midget AAA and numerous national events including Canada Cup and Canada Summer Games. He has been involved with the Junior National Team since 2011, and a part of the program up until 2017. Mike has also been a coach with the St. Albert Prospects Baseball Academy since 2016.
Major League instruction. 
Right in your own backyard.
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